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October 20, 1923 - Image 12

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY SATURDAY, OCTOBE
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Princeton-Adoption of the Faculty interest before leaving for their desti-
advisory system for underclassmen nation.
has finally come to pass. Slight dif-;
ficulty was experienced in getting this Nebraska-Dedication #of the new
through. The system will make use Memorial Stadium will take place Sat-
of thirty Faculty advisors, each of urday when the Kansans will meet
whom will have charge of twenty the Nebraska football team on the
freshmen. This system has been sore- field of battle. The dedication is some-
ly needed for the past few years when what of a reciprocal nature as Ne-
much difficulty was had in getting braska helped the University of Kan-
the freshmen properly advised. sas dedicate the Kansas Stadium a

EXPEDITIONS TO EXPLORE
IMYSTERY LAND OF CHINA
Washington, Oct. 20-(A.P.)-Kwei-
chow, where the mysterious non-Chin-
ese tribe of China live and where the
famed forked tailed monkey is said to
dwell, is to be explored by expeditions
sent by the national geographic so-

De Pauw-Elections of six leading;
beauties has caused much comment,

year ago. Work is being rushed to ciety.
the utmost in order to complete the Frederick R. Wuslin, has been des-
Stadium for that time. ignated to proceed to Peking to organ-
ize his staff for the trip into the re-
Ancient Church Celebrates mote part of China. The province to
be explored is about the size of Mis-
Stockholm, Oct. 19-(By A. P.)- souri and has a population of 8,000,-
Sweden's oldest and most magnificent 000. It is as inaccessible as0Tibet.
cathedral, the edifice at Lund, has Just The monkey the expedition ┬░will
observed the eight hundredth anniver- seek is the Rhinotithecus Brelichi, of
sary of its founding, with elaborate which- the only evidence available now
ceremonies. Delegates were present is a skin. There has been specula-
from churches in England, Germany, tons, the geopraphic society says, re-
Norway, Denmark, and England. tin the gorsilsofithyssee
The central 'altar of the cathedral rding the possibdcri othis specie
was consecrated in 1123. ous passage of Chinese literature as
follows :
Biological Equipment Installed "Its nose is turned upward and the
Albion, Oct. 19.-(By A. P.)-Bio- tail very long and forked at the end.
logical equipment valued at $1,700 has When it rains, the animal thrusts the
been added to Albion college since the fork into its nose. It goes in herds
close of the school year last June. and lives in friendship. When one

dies the rest accompany it to burial.
Its activity is so great that it runs its
head against the trees; its fur is soft
and grey and the face black."
POSTMASTER WEILDS
FINANCIAL POWERS
The postmasters of the country have
become a recognized power in govern-
ment finance, according to a statement
issued today by William B. Bosworth,
Government Savings Director for the
Seventeenth Federal Reserve District.
"In the average sized town the post-
master holds a unique position," said
Mr. Bosworth, "for he knows most
of his patrons personally. He is not
only in position to sell his patrons
Treasury Certificates ranging from
$20.50 to $4,000 but he can and does
warn his patrons against wildcat
stock salesmen that infest every pros-
perous community. In this way the
postmasters have become of great aid
to banks and other legitimate financial
institutions by protecting the savings
of people not accustomed to deal in
investments."
The Ohio State University band has
a total this year of 100 pieces due to
the fact that a few new members have
been accepted by the organization.

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Decorations Michigan Balloons
Blankets--Banners--Pennants
Pillows--Table Runners
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BETHLEHEM
EVANGELICAL CHURCH
(Evangelical Synod of N. A.)
4th Ave.. near Packard
G. A. NEUMANN, Pastor
unday School at 9:00 a m.
9:00-Sunday School and Bible

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'Whether you are in the habit of
going to church or not-would it
not be fair to them to see what
they are offering you tomorrow

Slasses.
10:00-English
11:00-German

Services.
Services.

ST. PAUL'S LUTHERAN
CHURCH
(Missouri Synod)
Corner Third and West Huron Sts.
CARL A BRAUER, Pastor
SERVICES
9:30 A. M.-Services in German.
10:30 A. M.-Bible School.
11:30 A. M.-Services in English.
"The Christian at Publi Worship."

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ZION LUTHERAN
CHURCH
Washington St. and Fifth Ave.
E. C. STELLHORN, Pastor

The Church Welcomes Students
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Temporary Home
LANE HALL

P. P. ARTHUR, Pastor

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Subject:

We seek to set forth "Jesus Christ,
who was made unto us wisdom
from God, and righteousness and
sanctification, and redemption."
Sermon, German, 10:30 A. M.
Student 'Forum 5:30 P. M. "Luth-
eran Responsibility In Campus
Religious Work." H. C. Coffman,
leader.
Sermon, English, 7:30 P. M. Sub-
ject, "Safeguarding the Broth-
erhood of Christians.".

TRINITY LUTHERAN
CHURCH
Fifth Ave. and William St.
REV. L. F. GUNDERMAN, Pastor

9:30 A.

M.-Sunday

School with

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10:30 A. M.-Morning Worship.
EVERYONE IS WELCOME

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FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
REV. LEONARD A. BARRETT, D.D., Minister
LEWIS C. REIMANN, '16, See'y Men Students
MS. NELLIE CADWELL
10:30 Morning Worship: "RELIGION, NOT A THEORY BUT A LIV-
ING FORCE."

10:30 A. M.-Morning Worship. Pastor's Subject: "THE WEALTH OF
A WISH."

12:00 Student Sunday School.

Rev. W. Scott Westerman.
Students are especially invited to all the services.
CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH
"THE STONE CHURCH WITH THE WARM WELCOME"
HERBERT A. JUMP, Minister E. KNOX MITCHELL, University Pastor
LUCY HUBER, Secretary for Women Students
The new chorus choir of thirty voices will sing at the 10:45 service of
worship. Mr. Jump's topic will be
GIVING THE CHURCH A SQUARE DEAL.
Prof. J. R. Hayden of the Political Scienct Department, recent exchange
professor at the University of the Philippines, will discuss the
rnini , nliiPC of 'Amr'ie Janan and Holland in the O~rient.

5:30 Social Hour in the Social Rooms. Student Welcomed.
6:30 Young People's Meeting and Open Forum. Topic to be discussed:
"The Loyalties of My Life. To What Shall I Be Loyal t"
Claribel F. Bowen, '24, will lead.

OR. A HrINsE A I al STrT
COR. CATHERINE AND DIVISION STREETS

Henry Lewis, Pastor

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Charles Webb, Student Pastor

Rachel Haviland, Secretary for Student Work

. Sunday, October 21

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